The effects of public health campaigns

20-Aug-2019
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Public health campaigns highlighting the dangers of smoking cigarettes may be the cause of decreased interest.
Cigarettes have become harder for young people to buy in more recent years.
Regular e-cigarette use was 6% in 2018.
In 1996 49% of pupils have ever smoked tobacco, and 19% in 2016.
NHS Digital compiled that statistics that started in the 1980s.

Number of smokers among secondary-school pupils in England decreased relevantly
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